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Franklin Law Enforcement Center, Franklin, Wisconsin

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Police Chief Rick Oliva, City of Franklin, WisconsinThe Franklin Police Department is comprised of men and women dedicated to providing the City of Franklin with the highest quality of service possible. Our goal is to make Franklin a safe and enjoyable place to live, work, and visit.  This is reflected in our Mission and Vision Statements posted below.

We provide many services to the community and our guests.  I invite you to browse our website to learn about our department and discover some of the ways in which we can assist you.

Department Mission Statement

Providing high-quality service with integrity and honor.

Department Vision Statement

To be a model of professionalism and efficiency in the law enforcement community, reduce crime, enhance safety, and improve the quality of life in our community.


Franklin Police Dept.

9455 W. Loomis Road
Franklin, WI  53132

Phone:  414-425-2522
Fax:  414-425-0391

Hours:  24 Hours/7 Days a Week
911 For Emergencies Only


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Franklin Police Department, Franklin, Wisconsin

Police Patrol Officer Job Openings (Lateral/Experienced Officers and Recruit Officers)

The City of Franklin is currently accepting application packets for the following police officer positions (application instructions and hiring process/job descriptions are included for each):  
-Lateral/Experienced Police Patrol Officers
-Police Recruit Officers  
-Franklin Police Department Recruitment Video


The Franklin Emergency Communication Center has begun to accept text (SMS) messages for those in need of help who may find it safer to text than to place a call.  Text-to-911 is NOT meant to replace a voice 911 call in an emergency; but can provide a different method of contact in an emergency situation where it may be safer not to speak.  For further details and questions, see Text-to-911.

Online Request for Police Services

As a result of the State of Emergency due to the COVID-19 Virus, and to maintain social distancing, citizens experiencing the need to report non-emergency incidents to the Franklin Police Department can do so by filling out the Online Request for Police Services form. Once the form is submitted, an officer will contact the citizen via telephone to gather further information for a follow-up investigation, if necessary. If a crime is currently in progress or if this is an emergency, dial 9-1-1.

Special Needs Registry

The Franklin Police Department recognizes that some members of our community may have special needs or may react differently when coming into contact with police officers or firefighters during an emergency situation.  The Special Needs Registry is available for all residents requiring special needs resulting from a physical, emotional, or medical condition which will assist emergency responders in providing a more informed response to those with special needs during an emergency.

Camera Registry Program

Residents and business owners can help in combating crime by registering their video surveillance system with the Franklin Police Department through the Camera Registry Program.  The Police Department will NOT have direct access to your camera surveillance system, but would simply request your help with any potential video evidence. 

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2021 Annual Report for the Franklin Police Department

This report reflects the activities, services, and accomplishments performed by the members of the Franklin Police Department for the goal of keeping the City of Franklin a safe and secure place to live, work, and play.

Use of Force Policy

Please see the downloadable copy of the Police Department's 'Use of Force' policy. You can also come to the Police Department and a copy will be provided to you free of charge.

Prescription Drug Collection Program

The Franklin Police Department offers a Prescription Drug Collection Program for Franklin residents to protect our children and our environment. A collection container is available 24 hours a day located in the lobby of the Franklin Police Department.

Crime Mapping

The Franklin Police Department has teamed up with Crime Reports, a web service that allows citizens to view up-to-date information on nearly all police calls for service. This service  maps incidents and allows people to see exactly what has transpired in their neighborhood on a daily basis. There is a 24-hour delay in uploading of the information.  Please note that some activity will not be displayed either because it is part of an ongoing investigation or is sensitive in nature.  To avoid identifying victims, all crime addresses have been rounded to the block level.